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cure

verb /kjuə/
to make better
curar, remediar
That medicine cured me That will cure him of his bad habits.
to get rid of (an illness etc)
curar
That pill cured my headache.
to preserve (bacon etc ) by drying, salting etc.
curar
curable adjective able to be cured
curable, que tiene cura
a curable form of cancer.
curative /ˈkjuərətiv/ adjective intended to, or likely to, cure
curativo
curative treatment.
(Definition of cure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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